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The Chicago White Sox were originally known as the White Stockings until 1904, when a newspaper editor started shortening the name to “Sox” to save headline space. As an original eight franchise in the American League, the White Sox have a storied history that started with a World Championship against crosstown rivals, the Cubs, in 1906. To this day, White Sox Tickets have been in demand by fans in Chicago and beyond.
2005 World Championship
It took 88 years, but the White Sox finally hoisted the World Series Trophy again in 2005. Led by manager Ozzie Guillen and a dominating pitching rotation, the Sox handled the Houston Astros easily. The four game sweep was music to White Sox fans ears and featured dominant performances by World Series MVP Jermaine Dye. It marked the last year of Hall of Famer Frank Thomas’ career, so it was a great way to send him off into the sunset on top.
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The White Sox have their sights set on the American League Central title and beyond this season. Adam Dunn brings the power while Alexei Ramirez brings the speed at the top of the White Sox lineup. The Sox boast a solid rotation featuring power arms Chris Sale and Jose Quintana at the top. Former White Sox second baseman Robin Ventura leads the team as manager.
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